Senden shows patience to regain lead at Australian Open

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John Senden has a two shot lead going into the final day of the 2012 Emirates Australian Open.

The approach shot the 14th at The Lakes.
John Senden opened his third round with back-to-back bogey's and looked set to play himself out of contention for the 2012 Emirates Australian Open before the world number 38 steadied with a birdie on the sixth before an eagle on the par-5 11th hole.

"I had a sluggish start with the hand brake on a bit. But once I got through three or four holes I was feeling good again. I make a nice birdie on six  which made me feel I still had a show. Then on the back nine I started to feel really good. The eagle helped on 11. It was a day of trying to do the best I can, stay in stay in position. It is nice to be leading the tournament." Senden said after his round.

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